More About Prop A

The 1.1 billion in funds will be divided into three main categories:


Category 1


$235 million for industry-aligned workforce projects and programs. DCCCD is partnering with local high-demand industries to better prepare our North Texas workforce with programs designed to meet their employment needs. These include programs in:

  • Allied Health

  • Culinary Arts

  • Information Technology

  • Construction Trades

  • Advanced Manufacturing

  • Machining & Welding

  • Logistics & Artificial Intelligence

  • Early Childhood Education 

Category 2


$332 million for student-related instruction and success programs. Support DCCCD’s continuous enrollment growth by:

  • Expanding early college high schools and the Dallas County Promise districtwide

  • Enhancing the student learning experience with new instructional learning styles and technology

  • Developing student collaboration learning spaces

  • Expanding the number and types of degrees/certificates awarded and lower student debt

Category 3


$535 million for the Dallas Education and Innovation Hub. Construct an Education and Innovation Hub to serve the entire County:

  • Completely redesign and build an all-new, consolidated downtown campus

  • Create a technology and innovation center

  • Develop a new business training center